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Fire Ant Quarantine Compliance for Container Nurseries

…rm and write in that you would like testing for “bulk density only.” A small fee is involved. For more information, contact your regional horticulture Extension agent (www.aces.edu).

For complete specifications on federal fire ant qu…

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Fire for Land Management Friendly to the Southeast

…s a wildfire burn out.
Tips for Burning
If you are thinking about using prescribed fire on your property, remember to contact your local Forestry Commission office to obtain a permit.

While it is harder to burn in urban areas, it is no…

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Support Alabama 4-H End-of-Year Giving

…a 4-H during the end-of-year giving by making a gift online at www.thecenterofitall.org or by texting AL4H to 41444.

Contact the Alabama 4-H Foundation at (334) 750-7087 or sethtuttle@auburn.edu for more information….

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Hinge Cuts: Alabama Extension’s Management Minute Series

…se habitat elements. In addition, target low value trees and avoid mast producing species.

For more information, contact the Alabama Extension regional forestry and wildlife agent serving your county.

This video first appeared a…

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Holiday Food Safety Important for Cooks

…he package “PERISHABLE- KEEP REFRIGERATED.”
More Information
For more information concerning holiday food safety, contact your local Extension office and ask to speak to a food safety agent or learn more online at www.aces.edu….

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Family Reading Activities for the Holidays

…g and vocabulary skills.
More Information
For more information about how to get children reading during the holidays, contact Brandon at 256-372-5458. Visit www.aces.edu to learn more about Alabama Extension family literacy activities….

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A Tree of Hope

…develops a lollipop shape to it.”

Finding the right tree presented a challenge. Brodbeck worked with his industry contacts to locate one. Plantation Tree Nursery in Selma supplied the 8 foot tall tree. Then the City of Montgomery’s …

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Sticking to a Food Budget This Holiday

…n, check out the Extension publication How to Make 6 Meals From 1 Chicken. For more information, visit www.aces.edu or contact your county Extension office….

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Alabama Fish Farming Center Serves Aquaculture Industry

…tic nuisance vegetation
Recommendations for stocking and management of recreational fishing ponds and lakes

Contact Information
Alabama Fish Farming Center

529 Centreville Street

Greensboro, AL 36744

(334) 624-4016

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Winston County Students are Living to Serve 

…better place for others.
Beginning of a Partnership
Brannon learned of the need for a walk-in cooler in September and contacted the agriscience and drafting departments at the Haleyville Center of Technology.

“I reached out to these …

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Master Gardeners Deck the Halls at Farley-Hill House

…ready passed, there are tours Dec. 9 and Dec. 16 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The tours are free, but interested parties must contact the Governor’s Mansion Gift Shop to reserve tickets….

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Cacti: The New Plants of the Holidays

…ring the holidays.
More Information
For more information about Thanksgiving or Christmas cacti, visit www.aces.edu or contact your county Extension home grounds agent….

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4-H Foundation Scholarship Application Tip Sheet

…or an Alabama 4-H Foundation Scholarship, you must have a 4HOnline family profile. If you do not have a family profile, contact your county Extension office and staff will help you set one up. Once your family profile has been confirmed, pl…

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Alabama 4-H Foundation to Award $35,000 in Scholarships

…ng high school scholarship days or graduations.

If you have questions regarding the scholarship application process, contact Nancy Alexander at 4henrollment@aces.edu.
About Alabama 4-H
For more than 100 years, Alabama 4-H has been help…

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Finding the Perfect Christmas Tree

…needles from shedding.”
More Information
For more on caring for this year’s Christmas tree, visit www.aces.edu or contact your county Extension office.

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